Two people hurt in Trenton Avenue crash

Two Findlay residents were hospitalized Thursday after a four-vehicle crash in the city. Judith A. Welle, 66, and Joseph E. Patton, 86, were transported by Hanco Ambulance to Blanchard Valley Hospital after a 10:03 a.m. chain-reaction collision by westbound vehicles in the 700...

Carey nonprofit group planning open house

CAREY — Carey Link, a new nonprofit group, will have an open house Aug. 1 at 113 S. Vance St. during Carey Fest. Beginning Aug. 6, Carey Link will be open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays, and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. The group was formed to promote and...

VB board likely to put tax on ballot

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER VAN BUREN — The Van Buren school board today will consider a proposal to officially place a $28.7 million school construction bond issue on the November ballot. Superintendent Tim Myers has recommended the tax issue and he expects the board will...

Wheat harvest yields increase

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER Farmers in the region aren’t planting as much wheat as in years past, but those who did enjoyed “a good harvest” this month with strong yields and no plant disease, reports Ed Lentz, agriculture/natural resources educator for Ohio...

McComb funeral home changes hands

McCOMB — A Findlay funeral home has purchased the Hartley Funeral Home in McComb. Lehtomaa Funeral Home in Findlay is the new owner, and will operate the Hartley-Lehtomaa Funeral Home at 370 Park Drive South in McComb. Joann and Brent Hartley sold the McComb funeral home,...

Health system weighs options in McComb

McCOMB — Blanchard Valley Health System is considering options for replacing a physician at a McComb medical office. Dr. James Doone will be leaving the Hancock County area and the McComb Family Practice in September, according to the health system. Dr. Doone has been at...

Chung joins Cooper as vice president

Mark Chung has been named vice president of strategy and business development for Americas operations at Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. Chung is responsible for leading the development and execution of Cooper’s North and South America business strategy, spearheading business...

Business collects donations to replace damaged flags

A Toledo flag retailer has put out a cash bucket to buy new U.S. flags for Findlay after vandals damaged six flags on North Main Street earlier this week. “This sort of crime affects all of us in some way,” Joe Stoll, president and CEO of Toledo Flags, said Wednesday....
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